Fall Classic 2012

Are you interested in adding to your First Nations curriculum information/repertoire? Our “Fall Classic” Workshop 2012 may be just what you are looking for! This workshop is hosted by the Saskatchewan Chapter of Carl Orff Canada: Music for Children Association. This event will take place on:
Saturday, September 29 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 
Jack MacKenzie School, 3838 Buckingham Drive, 
Regina, Saskatchewan.

"Sing, Drum, Dance, Chant!"
With Sherryl Sewepagaham

Sherryl Sewepagaham is from the Little Red River Cree Nation in northern Alberta. She began singing since at a young age and went on to study classical voice and piano at the Alberta College Conservatory of Music in Edmonton and in the Vocal performance program at Douglas College in New Westminster, BC. Sherryl completed her Bachelor of Education degree in Elementary (Music) from the University of Alberta and is currently a music teacher, songwriter, traditional singer, and a member of the Aboriginal women’s trio, Asani, who received a 2006 Juno nomination and a 2005 Canadian Aboriginal Music Award for “Best Female Traditional/Cultural Roots Album.” As the Artistic Director, she founded the Edmonton Aboriginal Children's Chorus and is currently the Conductor of Awasisak Nikamowak Prince Charles School choir. Sherryl has facilitated workshops on Aboriginal music, vocal techniques, harmony, and has been a juror for the Canadian Aboriginal Music Awards and various local and national arts councils. Sherryl has years of experience teaching music to babies through adults.

Click here to see registration form for workshop fees and additional details.

We encourage you to pass this invitation along to others…. and we hope to see you at Sask. Orff Chapter’s Fall Workshop 2012!

Yours in learning,
Sask. Orff Chapter Executive